Posts made in August 13th, 2013

Oceans of Wonder

Oceans of Wonder

This powerful and emotive environmental song challenges the human race to take care of its natural wonder – our beautiful oceans of wonder! The sea is being continually polluted by humans. ‘Out of sight’ and ‘out of mind’ doesn’t mean no harm to sea creatures and their beautiful environment. Pollution comes in a variety of forms. Oil, plastic, polystyrene, glass, ghost nets, chemical waste and fertilizers leaching into river systems and out to sea. Unfortunately,...

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Shark in the Dark

Shark in the Dark

Children are fascinated by the scary aspects of sharks lurking in the dark depths of the oceans. Eerie sounding music sets the tone for a song sung by the much misunderstood shark! The musical backing provides ‘ear candy’ to the listener, with mood setting backing created to add dimension to the concept of being a shark – in the dark!! Sung in the first person, the singer can empathize with how it feels to be misunderstood just on the basis of ‘looks’ alone. LYRICS  Click...

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Slippery Seal

Slippery Seal

Everyone loves  the shiny, sleek seal that glides so effortlessly.  Filmed off the coast of South Australia, the seals waited for the cinematographer to arrive each day and this one even picked up a fresh lobster as a ‘gift’! LYRICS  Click to Hear on iTunes I’m a slippery seal With a slippery feel In the water I’m so fast And in a race I’m never ever last! I’m a seal. I love the sea. I can make you smile at me Swiftly, smoothly I can swim. Laze on rocks then...

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Manatee

Manatee

The gentle music interwoven with acoustic beautiful guitar, and song sung in the first person helps us identify with the gentle mammal – the manatee. The manatee faces the possibility of extinction. It shares tropical waters with humans who play there too. Slow moving and surfacing for air the manatee is always facing the possibility of being hit, injured or killed by watercraft. The manatee only reproduces only once a year. As a herbivore, its habitat and source of its...

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